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January 14, 2014

The Philadelphia Home Show Returns With Hundreds Of Exhibitors For All Of Your Home Improvement Needs, January 18-20 And 24-26

The Philadelphia Home Show returns with more than 300 exhibitors offering everything from gardening to architecture services. (Photo courtesy Marketplace Events)

The Philadelphia Home Show returns to the Pennsylvania Convention Center with more than 300 exhibitors here for all of your home improvement and home decor needs.

Looking to remodel your home or move to a new space? The home show is for you.

Experts in everything from garden and landscape to interior design and furnishing to architecture and planning are setting up shop to answer all of your questions and help you get your home to where you want it to be. The full list of exhibitors is available right here.

A few celebrities in the world of home design will be in attendance as well, look forward to tips from Ahmed Hassen of Yard Crashers on the DIY Network and insight from prominent interior design bloggers.

The home show even boasts some interactive fun — the Simon’s White Room, a completely white room begging guests of all ages to decorate it with colorful stickers.

On Friday, January 24, military, fire fighters and police officers receive a free ticket when they present their badge.

Take note, this year the show returns for two weekends only — January 18 to 20 and January 24 to 26 — instead of its regular weeklong event. Tickets are $10 online, $13 at the doors and $3 for children ages 6 to 12. Tickets are available for one day only.

Bonus: The Philadelphia Home Show will be offering free parking at the Sugar House Casino, along with a free shuttle to the Convention Center and back.

The Philadelphia Home Show
When: January 18-20, 24-26
Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street
Cost: $13 for adults at the door, $10 for adults in advance, $3 for children ages 6-12, free for children under 3
More info: www.phillyhomeshow.com

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